Things To Do In Indianapolis
You may have lived in the Circle City all your life or be relatively new to town. Two decades ago, it may have been, “Why do I have to spend my weekends here?” Indianapolis is the amateur sports capitol of the world over the years; it has blossomed into much mo
Not only is Indianapolis the 13th largest city in the United States. Most people who reside in Indianapolis are proud of their city, but may not know ALL the fun facts to share with friends, relatives, and visitors.
Consider this your Indianapolis “Brag Session.”
Brag about the culture
Discovery Center in 2009, Cheetahs: Race for Survival at the Indianapolis Zoo in 2010 and plenty of new Downtown residences to be close to the action!
Brag about Downtown dining and shopping
– St. Elmo Steak House’s infamous shrimp cocktail was named “World’s Spiciest Food” by Food Critic and Travel Channel blogger Alison Stein Wellner in May 2009.
– TripAdvisor named Conrad Indianapolis a Top 25 U.S. Hotel from its 2010 Traveler’s Choice awards.
Brag about the sports
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– Indianapolis is the only city to boast four professional sports teams, playing within a four-block radius, all in the heart of Downtown. (NBA Pacers, WNBA Fever, NFL Colts and Triple-A Indians).
– Conseco Fieldhouse was ranked the best NBA arena by The Orange County Register.
– A national spotlight shone on Indianapolis as we hosted the 2005 VISA U.S.A Gymnastics National Championships at Conseco Fieldhouse. Circle of Stars Gymnastics Invitational will be in Indy January 2011.
– The city hosted the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in 2006 and 2007 at the Indiana University Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium.
– Indianapolis ranked as the second best sports host city in the U.S. in May 2009 in The 100 Sporting Events You Must See Live by Robert Tuchman.
The Best Minor League Ballpark in America” according to Sports Illustrated, as well as the state-of-the-art Conseco Fieldhouse and Lucas Oil Stadium, have furthered the city’s sporting image. During any given season, sports fans are sure to find an Indianapolis team to rally or event to attend.
Brag about the international competitions and awards.
Brag about the future.
You may think that Downtown is complete. Not true. Development momentum remains steady with MORE THAN $3.3 billion of new construction to be completed by 2015. Since 1990, $7.9 billion are investing in Downtown.